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March 25, 2021

If you’re a fan of the Indiana Jones trilogy then you know how museums harbor many artifacts that are rarely, if ever, put on public display. Come to find out that many US museums are holding the remains of thousands of Black people. Why, we ask; The migration problem at the southern border isn’t just happening at the border as many Latino politicians running for office are finding out; Tech experts share what it looks like when ICE asks Google for your information; and Brazil’s COVID-19 problem is sounding alarms among its neighbors. Go beyond the headlines…

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